Place the rib rack on a surface like a cutting board. Rub the juice from half a lime all over both top and bottom of the ribs.Rub the minced garlic over top and bottom of the ribs as well. Let sit for about 15 minutes.
Mix together salt, paprika and chipotle. Rub all over both top and bottom of the ribs. Sit for another 5-10 minutes.
Heat your gas grill to 350-375° F. Place bone side down and cook for 35 minutes. Do not open lid unless you suspect a flare-up.
After 35 minutes, flip and cook for another 15-20 minutes with the lid closed.Pork needs to be cooked to at least 145°.
Remove from the grill and allow to rest for 5-10 minutes before cutting the ribs.
Nutritional values are estimated.For salt, you might want to add more on the plate. We recommend you wait until serving to add more, but you can play around with the amounts. Too much can cause it to dry a little.Ground chipotle is a little spicy and you may want more if you really like spice, but this amount does not add too much heat. We recommend serving the ribs with BBQ on the side, but you can cook with it as well. BBQ sauce can dry them out a bit during cooking tho and they will be juicier if you leave it off until serving.